As Falklands business leaders and politicians gather in London to discuss their economy, how has the UK territory fared since 1982?
The previously declining islands have prospered. The UK gave £46m in aid after the war.
Income grew from £5m (US$10m) in 1980 to £75m in 2004. The islands are now self-sufficient except for defence, which costs Britain £110m a year.
In 1986 a 150-mile (241km) fisheries zone was set up and fishing licence sales became the islands' largest income provider.